Carmen De Los Martires, Granada

About Carmen De Los Martires, Granada

Carmen De Los Martires, Granada - Address, Phone Number

Address: Palacio de la Alhambra, Calle de Antequeruela Alta, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958849103

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Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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The Carmen de los Martires, located near the Alhambra forest, was originally a convent founded by Queen Isabel during the early 19th century. The convent was destroyed in 1842. Today, the place’s romantic hideaways, simple yet elegant buildings and surrounding greenery, make it a loved place for an afternoon stroll.

The medicinal herbs grown here and the beautiful fountain in the East garden, are only a few of the highlights of the place.

Carmen De Los Martires Ticket Prices

  • Admission to the place is Free.

Carmen De Los Martires Opening and Closing Hours

April 1 to October 14:

  • Holidays: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

October 15 to 31 March:

  • Holidays: from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

How To reach Carmen De Los Martires by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Cno Nuevo del Cementerio 12
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • EXTREMELY beautiful place, even though I was not able to complete the whole thing. BEWARE, their winter hours start as soon as the weather is somewhat cold, not per calendar. They do not check if the location is empty before locking up and will lock you inside even if you're inside past "closing hours", words of experience 😂 [if that were to happen dial 092 and the local police will let you out... or jump the fence].

  • Such a peaceful existence away from the (beautiful) but very touristy Alhambra. Particularly enchanting in the mornings - make sure to explore all the grounds.

  • Small, peaceful, pleasant garden with a good view, and peacocks walking around. Next to the Al Hambra and the much grander Generalife gardens. (Carmen means walled garden.)

  • I don't understand why this is not more often mentioned in guide books. The gardens are beautiful; with glorious peacocks walking around. There are also some dramatic views of the valley... And it's free too so grab a book and take some peace and quiet here for a little while

  • A piece of tranquility away from the hussle of tourist at Alhambra. With lovely gardens, amazing views & all free! :D

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